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Three Rooms to Unpack First in Your New Home

After the movers drive away from your new home and you’re perched on a pile of moving boxes, you’ll face a tough decision: What shoud I unpack first? A recent SpareFoot survey asked people which rooms they’d unpack and set up first when moving  to a new house or apartment …

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8 Things to Know Before Shipping Your Car

You’re making a cross-country move, but what happens if you can’t drive your vehicle to your new destination? It can be difficult finding a way to move a 4,000-pound car to your new home. One hassle-free option is hiring a professional auto shipper. Experts, however, say to choose a hauler …

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8 Ways to Sell Your Stuff Before You Move

You’re preparing to move and it’s time to declutter. Don’t just trash the stuff you don’t need when you can make some decent money selling it. In fact, 77 percent of people said they’ve tried to sell belongings before a move, according to a new survey released by SpareFoot.com. While there …

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Top 5 summer moving tips for your summer move

by Ethan Greenfieldon May 23, 2017. As you can easily guess, summer is the indisputable winner when it comes to the busiest season for the moving and storage industry in the country. With roughly 70% of all household moves taking place during the 5-month period between May and September, there …

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How to downsize your home when moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon May 10, 2017. Downsizing your home is a critical decision in your life that, when done the right way, has the power to bring a number of indisputable benefits for you and your family. Primarily, you can use the resolution to downsize to a smaller home as …

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